Writing processes are so incredibly personalized -- gather ten writers in a room, and you'll hear ten different systems for weaving words into stories. Since the act of creating is an intersection of personality, executive function, imagination, and learning style, this comes as no surprise to anyone with an understanding of human nature. (Not to mention, why it can be so difficult for writers to find methods and processes to work for them -- often, personality, executive function, and learning style can contradict one another, leaving people such as myself frustrated. But more on that another day!)
I had a busy schedule yesterday.